Winding its way through the common is the stream of White Brook, more traditionally known as Withe-brook, named after the willow trees that are still found along its banks.
A great place to have a picnic, whether it be in the cool shade under the canopy of Pinkneys Drive woods, or amongst a sea of colours in the wide and open expanse of the wildflower meadow.
Discover the long history of Cookham village, learn about celebrated locals and take a wander through the wildlife-rich chalk grasslands of Cock Marsh.
Situated on the banks of the River Thames, opposite the town of Bourne End, the chalk grasslands of Cock Marsh make for a pleasant riverside stroll.
Enjoy the landscape of the Commons on a winter walk. From migrating birds to majestic deer, you can see some of the best of nature against the frosty backdrop of the colder months.
A meander through our hay meadows at Pinkneys Green will reveal a rich variety of grasses, flowers and buzzing insects that have made their home in this expanse of open grassland.
The Thicket offers varied walking routes throughout the seasons with highlights including clumps of snowdrops in spring and a golden canopy of oak and lime leaves in autumn.